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OriginalEXE
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Hi,

it’s best to contact Envato just to be sure, but from what you described, I’d say you would need extended licence for each of your domains as they are different websites (I assume network is something like EnvatoMarket with different content categories per domain).

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OriginalEXE
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Hi, it’s a neat idea and it looks fine, I think it could get approved.

What bothers me is:

1.) Tabs opening and closing feels very rough, I think you should add sliding animation instead of just closing and opening, make sure transition between states is smooth.

2.) Sticking to the top of the screen might work fine with small amount of tabs, but in your demo it works poorly due to a lot of tabs present, I’d discards that, at least for the demo.

Good luck with your plugin.

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OriginalEXE
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This is comma: ”,” and not ”;”

If your object looks like this:

var my_object = {

    property1: 'Some string',
    property2: 'Some other string',

};

it should look like this instead:

var my_object = {

    property1: 'Some string',
    property2: 'Some other string'

};

(notice the missing comma in the second object, after property2 value).

This is done to prevent errors that happen in IE.

EDIT: Do the same for arrays. Only in JS though, in php it’s good practice to have comma even after the last array element.

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OriginalEXE
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1.) You can have as many (non)exclusive accounts as you want, there is no any kind of restriction on the number of accounts same person can have.

2.) You can request only one Payoneer withdrawal per account, but you can have multiple Paypal withdrawals per-account. If your team members are all using Payoneer, I would suggest withdrawing to a single Payoneer account and then using a Card to Card transfer to send money to other Payoneer accounts. There is no fee for that but daily limit is $1000.

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OriginalEXE
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And also allow other developers to unregister your script to enqueue a proprietary or modified version easily.

One can do that anyway, it does not matter if wp_register_* is called separately or not, since wp_enqueue_* executes the exact same code, only it also enqueues the script/style.

So there is no real difference between the combo of using wp_register_* with wp_enqueue_* or a direct wp_enqueue_*, it’s just a matter of your code logic.

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OriginalEXE
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I have been thinking of going but is it ok if you are not too experienced? What is it like in general?

Of course it is, WordCamps usually have a mix of developer and “user” oriented talks, with multiple tracks happening simultaneously so you choose which topic interests you theme most and you attend that one. I can see WordCamp London will have three simultaneous tracks, so surely you will find something for you.

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This is absolutely awesome man, respect for hard work you put into this! Really enjoyed listening to it.

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Just go to Dashboard -> Updates and re-install WordPress.

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Try deactivating all of the plugins active and check if the issue appears then. If no, activate plugins one by one to find the culprit.

If issue still appears even after deactivating all of the plugins, try switching to one of the default WP themes.

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